David Tennant Scenes Feature Twice In TV's Top Ten Moments

Two of David Tennant's unforgettable TV scenes have featured in a new survey of UK TV's most memorable dramatic moments. The survey, conducted to mark the launch of new UKTV channel Drama, which starts broadcasting on Monday 8th July, was topped by the iconic moment of Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy emerging from a lake in the 1995 adaptation of Pride And Prejudice

The thrilling reveal of Danny Latimer's killer in this year's hit series Broadchurch was voted into fifth place. Just below came the emotional farewell of the Tenth Doctor as David handed over the Doctor Who baton to Matt Smith in the 2010 regeneration scene. Other notable entries include Dirty Den Watts serving divorce papers on wife Angie during the 1986 Christmas Day episode of Eastenders and Zammo turning to heroin in Grange Hill (1987).

The full Top Ten reads:

1. Mr Darcy's lake scene - Pride And Prejudice (1995)
2. Dirty Den hands divorce papers to Angie - EastEnders (1986)
3. Sherlock Holmes's "death" - Sherlock (2012)
4. Tram crash - Coronation Street (2010)
5. Who killed Danny Latimer? - Broadchurch (2013)
6. The Tenth Doctor regenerates from David Tennant to Matt Smith - Doctor Who (2010)
7. First lesbian kiss - Brookside (1994)
8. Morse reveals his Christian name - Inspector Morse (1997)
9. Zammo injects heroin - Grange Hill (1987)
10. Lady Sybil's death - Downtown Abbey (2012)

David Tennant returns to the TARDIS as the Tenth Doctor alongside Matt Smith for the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special airing on BBC One on Saturday 23rd November

Source:Daily Mail